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I want to zoom specific detail from my graphical data see a certain defect in the curve. So, can we do a certain zoom in an area, as we do so in CAD or Solidworks using detail view command?
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I would like to know the area under a curve, essentially integrating it. How can I do it? These are the values: 0 0 3 602 6 854 9 481 12 403 15 296 18 211 21 173 24 165 27 158 30 150 33 142 36 135 39 127 42 118 45 111 48 103 51 95 54 86 57 78 60 68 66 50 72 47 78 45 84 43 90 41
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Hi, I'm currently trying to do my lab report here, and in the instructions that I have, it says to use the 1st and 2nd Derivatives of my graph's curve, so I must go to "Data">"New Calculated Column", but I do not see "New Calculate Column" under data.
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Modify the PivotTable as follows: Add the Category field to the PivotTable. Move Category to the FILTERS area. Add the Hotel_Guest field to the PivotTable in the ROWS area under Staff. In cell A15, replace No with Non-hotel Guest Resize column A so Non-hotel Guest is visible. In cell A16, replace Yes with Hotel Guest
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Created a trend curve for some data; Excel shows the equation as 2E + 06^X^(-1.331). However, when I plot it in a graphing calculator, it does not match the curve drawn in the excel chart.
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